A major in History from Andrews University equips students with knowledge and skills for success in a wide range of areas. Students understand the past and its relationship to the present through a variety of American, European and non-western history courses, training in a foreign language, hands-on experience in historical research, and an introduction to historical philosophy and theory. Our degree prepares students for careers in teaching, research, law, and for graduate work in a wide range of professional and academic areas. In addition to preparing students for a specific profession, it encourages the moral, intellectual, civic, social, and spiritual maturity to accompany a life well-lived.
BA: History - 43 Credits (37 credits of required courses and 6 credits of history and/or political science electives)
A minor in History from Andrews University complements any major and equips students with knowledge and skills that support all academic programs.
Minor in History - 21 Credits
HIST 117 - Civilization and Ideas I
HIST 118 Civilization and Ideas II
HIST 204 American Experience I
HIST 205 American Experience II
HIST 404 Adventist Heritage
6 credits of upper-division history courses